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Pilot Sam Reese survived a plane crash but isn’t sure he'll survive the results of nearly dying. Hiding out in Bourner's Crossing, population 213, he doesn’t plan on getting the hots for the local midwife.... Kate Morgan sees the cracks in Sam's armor and aches to give him the compassion he needs. If only she can show him that, no matter how far or fast he runs, he can't escape fate—or love. More

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About Mary Kirk

Mary Kirk made a rather dramatic entrance into life, teaching her parents—who were forty-three and fifty-two at the time—a new meaning for the term "starting over." Raised in Baltimore, Maryland, she studied piano for fourteen years, then earned a degree in American Studies and History from Goucher College. Her many and varied creative energies found their focus, though, when she began penning fiction.

Her novels have appeared on bestseller lists, and several have been nominated for or won awards from RT Book Reviews and Romance Writers of America. Mary says she writes novels that reflect her "profound respect for the capacity of the human spirit to survive and flourish. When I write, I want to create a vision of what might be possible. Intimacy, honesty, love—the stuff romances are made of—aren't fantasies to me. They're goals, things to reach for and to work toward."

She and her husband have two grown sons and one lovely daughter-in-law. They currently live in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C., with their pack of standard poodles.

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Review by: aase irene sullivan on March 27, 2013 : (no rating)
A very interesting story it is a romance but has some very unusual story lines. I loved it was not able to put it down .
Will be reading other books from this author.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Review by: Polly Bennett on Oct. 13, 2011 :
Wonderful, unusual story line. Very well written. Kept me on the edge of my "eyeballs" till the end. Loved it and will read all of Ms. Kirks works.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)

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